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for another round of bad weather. >> new york city officials evacuating hundreds of people from four nursing homes in a storm-battered area. while the nor'easter not expected to be as bad as sandy, officials are worried about first responders being stretched too thin. airlines have cancelled hundreds of flights out of new york city already for today. now, it's 5:26. it's 39 degrees. we've got much more news here on "good morning washington" starting at 5:30. >> still ahead, more live reports on election results. we're going to have reaction from president obama. >> with your stories and your struggles, i return to the white house more determined and more inspired than ever about the work there is to do and the future that lies ahead. >> straight ahead, president obama sounds determined to change the feeling of politics as usual in washington. good morning to you, washington. it's wednesday, november 7. i'm cynne simpson. >> and i'm steve chevy enee. let's get right to jacqui engineers with our forecast. >> later on today, the first snowflakes
in mantiloking where homes were destroyed. new york city will try to return to normal this weekend. the mayor says the marathon will go on, but some people say that it should not because of the strained and already limited city resources. >> a lot of the damage is in staten island, where the race begins. >> under the workers with dominion virginia power and the american red cross are packing up and are prepared to head out of state. they will provide relief in some areas hit hardest by hurricane sandy. john gonzalez is an national harbor where they are staging to leave in a couple hours. >> its been a long week for virginia dominion. they restore power to more than 300,000 homes in northern virginia. pretty much everyone is back up and running, but the work continues for the company. this is a mobile operation this morning. 1500 workers are being sent out this morning to new jersey, where major outages remain. we are told this is the largest group ever sent out of state. these men and women are coming off very long days, as you can imagine. along the jersey shore, 50% of the homes are still w
were out. in new york city, even with the power out, trick or treaters took to the streets. >> in this part of lower manhattan, the lights are back on for the first time since sandy struck. in a few hours, all three of the major airports will be back online. >> an update now on the recovery efforts here in the d.c. area. pepco says it has restored power to just about everybody who lost it during the storm. thousands of people, many dominion customers still without power. 10,000 total. today governor martin o'malley will visit garrett county. there was only minor flooding in old town alexandria. that power figure from all three power companies combiped. >> we're learning that the state attorney is expected to announce today that the former penn state spanier is going to be charged with perjury and obstruction of justice. he was forced to resign when all of o these charges were filed against sandusky a year ago. when contacted late last night his lawyer said he had no comment about what could come out later on today. spanier has said he really knew nothi
anything either. they had over 4 inches of snow in new york city. 42 in washington d.c. 40 at dulles. a chilly 28 in petersburg. our temperatures will form into the 50's with increasing sunshine throughout the day. a high of 55 expected. a great seven-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you so much. not so bad right now on 66. lanes are open on interstate 95 out of dale city heading through -- you can see a lot increasing. maryland is leaving laurel through columbia, no. 1 95, and overturned a boxed tract. -- a box tract. here on the belt way we are hearing reports of a crash. an outer loop crash reported near 450. >> thank you. 5:33 right now. adding insult to injury, parts of the northeast still recovering from sandy. now they got hit with a northeaster. >> let's get the latest on the storm watch and travel plans from arianna carter. >> three or four rivals have already been cancelled from that area as well. we know of the past 24 hours 1700 flights have been canceled. after what we saw last week's sandy, this was a 1-2 punch. many are just trying to pick up the piece
for motorists in new york city and long island who have spent hours waiting in line to gas up. shortages could last a few more weeks. >> the best way to cut down the lines and help customers buy gas faster and to have gustation stay open longer and to reduce the potential for disorder is alternate the days drivers can purchase gas. >> the storm piled on the misery for those still reeling from sandy. >> believe it or not the snow was helpful because it was not rain. it helped on the flooding side it. the winds were not as severe as they predicted. >> a red cross volunteer travel from southeast louisiana to the northeast to help victims. it is her way of giving back. >> they are really thankful that we are there. we turn it around and say thank you for coming to help us when we needed you. we tell them to hang in there. it will get better. it is a matter of time. >> it will take tamper utility crews to restore electricity to the 650,000 customers in the dark. >>corey booker showing how twitter can be a powerful tool. he recently read twisted a complaint that he was running out of hot pockets. th
. >> a man convicted of plotting a suicide bombing attack in new york city will be sentenced today in brooklyn. he and two high-school friends are planning to bomb by the subway, square, or another heavily packed location appeared days ofe within out the attacks. prosecutors are pushing for life in prison for him. investigators are trying to why a freight train slammed into a parade floats in .exas >> for your people died and 17 injured in the incident at a crossing in the land, texas. the load was headed to a nearby honoring wounded veterans. was filled with veterans and their spouses. crossing gates and the lights at the time, but the trainlear if crews of the approaching full. >> you could be at risk of poisoning atde hotels. >> and united is separate from computer meltdown. bell at blumberg in york. >> hello. united continental may have had of the late passengers in the d.c. area yesterday. the world's largest share your experience in a computer failure for the third time this year planesaused hundreds of to be the late. the carrier risks losing fed up, especially travelers who
in pittsburgh. still lots of people without power in new york city. storm system wing to the south now. this will synch up with another one and make its way off the coast. computer models have been all over the place on this one. some of them bring it on to the coast, and others keep away. we will see an increase in cloud cover tonight did to mach. maybe light rain to the afternoon. a bigger event for the north east. and much of new england as opposed to us. not a major impact storm but we will feel a little something from it. partly cloudy skies. 45-50 degrees today. 32-38 tonight. there is your 7 day forecast. breezy for sure wednesday and thursday with our coastal storm. the look of the good stuff after that. that the latest on the forecast. we will check on the traffic now. >> not to much to say about. quite around the region. 95 baltimore washington parkway north of the incidents there. heading to the nation's capital, here we go across the 14th street bridge. often the distance sparkling lights. that is the woodrow wilson bridge. no problems there or the american legion bridge. i
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